The 2009 Open Golf Tournament champion Stuart Sink (USA), who turns 50 in May next year, showed his will to continue playing on the PGA Tour, not on the senior tour.
Sink, who plays with his son Connor at the PNC Championship, a family golf tournament, told PAG Tour.com on the 16th (Korean time), two days before the opening of the tournament, “I plan to go out a few times to try out senior tour events, but I will mainly play in PGA Tour events.” said.
He said, “I don’t feel old. My body is better than ever. My swing speed is still the same.”
Sink, who debuted on the PGA Tour in 1997 and won eight victories including the Open in 2009, won the RBC Heritage last year at the age of 48. He is one of only four players over the age of 47 to win two on the PGA Tour. 토토사이트
Sink explained that the motivation for focusing more on the PGA Tour was that the PGA Tour had more prize money and adjusted the schedule to make it easier for players to adjust their condition.
“I still have the strength to endure on the PGA Tour,” he added, “you can go on the senior tour later.”